Intelligence: the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills.
Spring has sprung, and the sun is shining as I write this (and baby naps)!
More daylight and more sunshine make such a difference to my mood.
Mood (the way you feel) is always on my mind, as is mindset (the way you think) – and how much power we have to influence both.
I created The Life Delicious curriculum following a very dark period in my life.
I struggled with negative thinking, sedentary behaviour, an unhealthy diet, poor sleep hygiene, and loneliness for years.
When things began to turn around – when I became happier, healthier and more productive – I reverse engineered how I'd arrived, realized there was a reproducible strategy to it, packaged it into a shareable form, and called it The Life Delicious!
Practically EVERY DAY I return to these principles, review and practice them.
It's not a one-time thing to go to the gym, be grateful, take a breath before you retort, or eat a salad!
Your health, happiness and productivity are a summation of small, consistent practices.
But once you do the work of establishing healthy habits, it's almost effortless.
The Life Delicious curriculum helps you hardwire healthy habits, so they're automatic, with mindfulness-based, science-backed strategies that cover 5 in-depth modules:
Imagine the ease with which you could live if you thought better, moved more, ate better, slept better, and connected more deeply.
I'm as excited as ever to share my work because I don't have to imagine the ease anymore, I'm living it!
And I want you to live it to.
The caveat: as a new parent, my business has shifted.
How I share my time has changed.
For now, I'd like to offer more shorter and local events (in addition to a small selection of overnight retreats at incredible locations).
This is where I'd love YOUR thoughts!
- would you prefer a series of 90-minute, half-day or full-day events in Vancouver?
- would you prefer weekdays or weekends? morning, afternoon or evening?
- do you know of an amazing venue in Vancouver that's food-friendly, totally private, and comfortably fits 12-25 people?
Thank you so much for sharing.
Okay, now to the INTEL! Happy reading/listening/watching!
Pressed for time? My top 3 picks:
1. VIDEO: Core Activation - Why We Lift Before We Wrap | The Bloom Method
2. ARTICLE: How bacteria are changing your mood | BBC News
3. VIDEO: How Not to Die: Dr. Greger’s Daily Dozen Checklist | nutritionfacts.org
Get the tools to fuel your goals with soul: A 5-day retreat at Hollyhock
To live the life you want – to fuel your goals and realize your dreams – you need two things: clarity and power.
You need to know exactly what you want, how you want to feel: CLARITY.
And, you need the capacity to act, the energy for action: POWER.
When clarity and power come together, your head and heart are aligned.
If this sounds like what you need right now, we’ve created an event for YOU!
Aligning Your Head and Heart is a 5-day retreat at Hollyhock Leadership Learning Centre (June 1-6, 2018) combining 2 renowned curriculums:
- The Desire Map – created by best-selling author Danielle LaPorte and presented by self-leadership coach Jenny Xenos, The Desire Map: A Guide to Creating Goals With Soul helps you get CLARITY on what you truly want in every area of your life
- The Life Delicious – created by wellness coach Catherine Roscoe Barr, The Life Delicious is grounded in mindfulness and neuroscience, and helps you hardwire healthy habits to POWER your dreams
Join us this June 1-6 at Hollyhock’s magical 48-acre campus on Cortes Island!
- Get clear on what you desire
- Gain tools to become more powerful
- Give yourself the space to align your head and heart
- Create your blueprint for an extraordinary life
More wellness awesomeness:
- ARTICLE: Two Primary Ways to Drive Brain Neuroplasticity | The Best Brain Possible
- VIDEO: Could Exercise Delay Onset of Alzheimer's? | Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien
- ARTICLE: Yoga Parenting: How to Limit Screen time so You and Your Family can Thrive | Yogue
- ARTICLE: How People Learn to Become Resilient | New Yorker
- ARTICLE: Why Reading Books Should be Your Priority, According to Science | Inc.
- ARTICLE: Women who exercise into their 50s are five times less likely to develop dementia, according to new research | Vancouver Sun
- ARTICLE: Why You Should Tell Your Team to Take a Break and Go Outside | Harvard Business Review
- ARTICLE: Don’t Like Meditation? Try Gratitude Training. | The Tim Ferriss Show
- ARTICLE: Babies can learn the value of persistence by watching grownups stick with a challenge | The Conversation
- ARTICLE: Brain cells keep growing well into our 70s | Medical News Today